New Homes in Shropshire
Sitting in the English on the border with , Shropshire also neighbours , , and . A largely rural county, the crowning glory of the region has to be the beautiful Shropshire Hills, which are perfect for walking or bike rides if you’re brave.
From the Iron Bridge, to Ludlow Castle and other attractions including museums and abbeys, there’s lots to see across the area. Whether you want to live in county town , largest town , or somewhere else – take a look at our developments in Shropshire below.
Live the Shropshire life
Whether you’re drawn to the area by the stunning rural scenery, historic landmarks or peaceful towns and villages where you can happily settle in, you can look forward to a slower pace of life when you buy a new home in Shropshire. You can also look forward to making a great saving when you take up an offer such as our Movemaker scheme, where we’ll cover any estate agents’ fees for you.
Things to see and do in Shropshire
The Shropshire Hills are an oasis for walkers, hikers and cyclists, providing you with the opportunity to explore miles of beautiful landscapes. Continue your adventures through Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd, climb the Wrekin for stunning panoramic views and hunt for fossils along the 19-mile-long Wenlock Edge.
There are plenty of man-made attractions to keep you occupied too, whether you’re visiting Ludlow Castle, the Iron Bridge or the Royal Air Force Museum. Shrewsbury’s castle and abbey, the open-air Blists Hill Victorian Town and Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery are all must-sees, while Telford’s Wonderland, Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom and Enginuity – an interactive design and technology centre in Coalbrookdale – are all great for kids.
When it’s time for your little ones to turn their attention to learning, Longnor CofE Primary just south of Shrewsbury is one of the county’s best schools for younger children. It’s rated as outstanding by Ofsted, along with St George’s CofE in Telford and Woodfield Infant School, which is close to the centre of Shrewsbury.
Children in the south west of Shropshire’s county town can continue on to the outstanding Priory School, while Belvidere School in the east is rated just as highly by the education board. If you live in Telford, the central Thomas Telford School is a mixed secondary with a sixth form attached and is also outstanding rated.
Shropshire transport links
As well as local trains, buses and park and ride services, you can also make use of shuttle buses that whisk passengers directly to the Shropshire Hills. This is particularly handy if you don’t have a car, but if you do then you can use major roads such as the A5, A49 and A458 to get around the county.
The Shropshire property scene
Shropshire has a history of sustained growth in the local property market, with house prices rising in line with the UK average in recent years. This is a great place to buy a new home, which you can do when you snap up a contemporary 2 or 3 bedroom home next to Newdale Pool, close to the centre of Telford.
When you call up to enquire today, don’t forget to ask about our latest offers and deals. For example, our Part Exchange scheme provides you with a no-fuss, cost-effective way of selling your existing home, as we’ll act as a guaranteed buyer.
Help to Buy Shropshire
In Shropshire you can take advantage of Help to Buy West Midlands if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy West Midlands page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.